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Welcome to the debut episode of The Life: New York with Jake Brown. On the first introduction episode: Jake examines a LinkedIn message, “New York Minute” segment, reviews the... See More

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Welcome to the debut episode of The Life: New York with Jake Brown. On the first introduction episode: Jake examines a LinkedIn message, “New York Minute” segment, reviews the new Lion King and why it was a little disappointing, “Zaddy vs. the Critics” segment, “DM Debacles” segment with a wild DM a girl got on Twitter, “Dating Disasters” segment featuring one of Jake’s dates, “Brown’s Bangers” of the week, and wraps it up with the “Zamn Zaddy” roast segment of a loser. The next episode and first podcast guest come next week!

Welcome to the debut episode of The Life: New York with Jake Brown. On the first introduction episode: Jake examines a LinkedIn message, “New York Minute” segment, reviews the new Lion King and why it was a little disappointing, “Zaddy vs. the Critics” segment, “DM Debacles” segment with a wild DM a girl got on Twitter, “Dating Disasters” segment featuring one of Jake’s dates, “Brown’s Bangers” of the week, and wraps it up with the “Zamn Zaddy” roast segment of a loser. The next episode and first podcast guest come next week!

Host Info

Jake Brown

Jake Brown has previously hosted podcasts with CBS Radio and has hosted sports talk radio shows on ESPN Radio NH and AM1240-WGBB in NY. He’s had viral interviews featured everywhere from ESPN to TMZ to CNN. He covers the Mets for WFAN and the world of sports gambling for Sports Betting Dime and previously has written for several sports media outlets. Jake is a Queens native and knows NYC inside and out. Whether he’s running the dance floor at a headphone party, at the hot concert, game or musical in town, or eating the best food on the planet, Jake loves to live in the moment. You could hear him drop the occasional rap freestyle or get behind the karaoke mic for Mamma Mia and Backstreet Boys covers.